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Tuesday, Nov 19th

Can Africa address tech skills 'supply demand' conundrum?

Can Africa address tech skills 'supply demand' conundrum?

Increasing levels of investment in continent's tech sector forcing a more proactive approach to recruitment says placement agency.

Uber drivers in Kenya strike over price reduction.

Uber drivers in Kenya strike over price reduction

Lower tariffs do not make economic sense, driver partners complain.

Zambia tower construction project hits snag.

Zambia tower construction project hits snag

Authorities fail to secure required funds.

Telkom Limpopo hit by sabotage.

Telkom Limpopo hit by sabotage

'Targeted and considered action of a person or persons' says telco spokesperson.

How innovation can help onboarding in Africa.

How innovation can help onboarding in Africa

Crowdsourcing and innovation is being used to enhance businesses and truly disrupt markets across the continent.

WeChat no longer in Nigeria says marketing exec.

WeChat no longer in Nigeria says marketing exec

Member of company's marketing team responds with confirmation message.

Zimbabwe's TelOne broadens strategy to reverse net liabilities.

Zimbabwe's TelOne broadens strategy to reverse net liabilities

Telco responds to Auditor General report which raises concern over company's ability to raise new funding.

Telkom SA dealing with network congestion.

Telkom SA dealing with network congestion

Telco said it has experienced 18.4% increase in mobile voice and subscriptions, and over 70% mobile data traffic.

Zuckerberg backs Nigerian startup.

Update: Zuckerberg backs Nigeria focused startup

Tech recruitment company secures US$24m from Chan Zuckerberg initiative.

City of Cape Town blames Uber cash payment for flare-ups.

City of Cape Town blames Uber cash payment for flare-ups

Uber advised to review decision to roll out cash payment method following violent clashes in South African city.

Uber resistance takes SA by surprise.

Uber resistance takes SA by surprise

Expert says hostility from metered taxi operators unexpected despite flare-ups documented in other cities around the world.